1. Garmin Approach X40 ($250)
You can get an even slimmer Garmin smartwatch if all you want is yardage data for 41,000 courses worldwide. The X40 adds fitness tracking and automatic shot logging — plus three extra band colors. Buy it at Amazon.
2. Puma P110 Snapback Cap ($28)
Puma has taken a subtler approach to branding with the new caps that PGA trendsetter Ricky Fowler is wearing on tour. Color options include a green cap made from 100 percent recycled materials. Buy it at Amazon.
3. Tory Sport Chevron Polo ($128)
Tory Burch makes bold use of her sport line's signature chevron stripes in this 1970s-inspired jersey. That's cut-and-sewn detailing in a moisture-wicking cotton-blend fabric. Buy it at Tory Sport.
4. W.R. Case Golfer's Tool Pocket Knife ($67)
Why not carry your divot repair tool everywhere? Case slips one into a pocketknife with a bone handle and 3.5-inch blade made from surgical steel. It comes in a gift box with a magnetic ball marker. Buy it at Knife Country.
5. Original Jones Carry Bag ($230)
There's not much to this Sunday bag made of waxed canvas, but the bare-bones look "says you belong on the back tees." After all, you will have a caddie with you. Buy it at Jones.
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